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Old 08-12-2014, 12:25 PM   #11
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For a minimal expense I added a 30 amp RV outlet box on the outside wall of the house close to the breaker box inside. Now I can use whatever I want including the AC with no worries. Something to consider. Next month I am refinishing our floors so we have a place to live for a few days and can use the fireplace
I also ran a short 30 ft heavy duty underground line out to my parking spot and put up a small 4 X 4 post in the ground. I put in a 30 amp breaker in the panel
and then put an rv recepticle box and 30 amp plug on the post and good to go. I can run pretty much anything in there I need to for working on the unit.


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Old 08-13-2014, 06:00 PM   #12
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Plug my X18D into a garage 120v/15amp socket with adaptor and run the A/C and lights all day. Pre cool the fridge before switching to gas for the road. Never used the microwave, but haven't tripped a breaker yet. Definately stay away from anything 220v.

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Old 08-15-2014, 09:02 AM   #13
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If you use an adapter you will be fine. I've run A/C and the lights using the adapter but nothing else.

The night before a trip I plug in the refrigerator to get it cold.

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